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|... prices and the rising momentum of their rates of decline. The following two charts track the latest figures from CoreLogic RP data: As per the AFR, "The comments indicate Australia's economy is tracking below what the IMF anticipated six ...|
|... critically important and could address some of the concerns and inequalities highlighted. Mitchell explained the CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value Index has revealed national dwelling values fell 0.6% over March and have fallen a cumulative 7.4% ...|
|... momentum in the decline in Australian property prices, led by Sydney - down 9.7% in the year to January (CoreLogic RP Data Home Value Index) - and Melbourne - down 8.3%. Not only is inflation "not showing any tendency to rise", core ...|
|... be sure, all the signs point to weakening prices going forward. I'll let the charts do the talking: Looking at CoreLogic's median dwelling prices data, would-be homebuyers could now purchase a home in Sydney at a $101,000 discount from the ...|
|... decline in property prices which no longer makes real estate a profitable proposition (especially for investors). CoreLogic RP Data stats show the 5 capital city aggregate home value index declined by 6.4% in the year to December - led by an 8.9% ...|
|... have declined". Despite this year's gain, the All Ordinaries Index remain 7.3% down from a year earlier while CoreLogic's "5 city capital aggregate" home value index has fallen by 6.6% in the year to 9 January 2019. These would certainly ...|
|... house prices slid nationally to end the year with the biggest decline quarter on quarter since 2008, according to CoreLogic. Sydney dwellings values fell 8.9% over the year and total returns were -5.7%. Melbourne residential properties came close ...|
|... of this given my rantings on the property sector's large multiplier effect on the domestic economy. The latest CoreLogic stats shows that the fall in the five-city capital aggregate of home values quickened to 5.9% in the year to 10 December ...|
|... don't bode well for consumer spending going forward. The S&P/ASX 200 index is down 6.2% this year to date and CoreLogic's "5 city capital aggregate" home value index has fallen by 5.7% in the year to November. I don't know if anyone ...|
|... "And some asset prices have declined". The S&P/ASX 200 index has declined by 4% in the year to November. CoreLogic's "5 city capital aggregate" home value index fell by 5.7% in the year to November, led by 8.1% drop in Sydney and a ...|
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